cried the Jesuit, "for that thesis touches closely upon heresy.
How will you prove," continued the Jesuit, without allowing him time to speak, "that we ought to regret the world when we offer ourselves to God?
The Jesuit raised his hands toward heaven, and the curate did the same.
Well, yes--but we call it from the Jesuits, you know; it comes to the same thing," laughed the old fellow, delighted with the pleasant recollection.
Not as slaves, allowing ourselves to be caught by the hooks of the Jesuits, but carrying our Russian civilization to THEM, we must stand before them, not letting it be said among us that their preaching is 'skilful,' as someone expressed it just now.
After 1816 he assumed a marked religious tone, foreseeing the favor which the fools of those days would bestow on those they indiscriminately called Jesuits
I am glad, however, to have its credibility supported by the Jesuit
Dobrizhoffen,  who, speaking of a country much to the northward, says, hail fell of an enormous size and killed vast numbers of cattle: the Indians hence called the place
He has made no scruple of preferring the testimony of Father du Bernat to the writings of all the Portuguese Jesuits
, to whom he allows great zeal, but little learning, without giving any other reason than that his favourite was a Frenchman.
if I were but learned in theology I should recollect what it was he used to dispute about with the curate of Montdidier and the superior of the Jesuits
, when we were at Crevecoeur; I should know what doctrine he leans to and I should glean from that what saint he has adopted as his patron.
It is a point of cunning, to wait upon him with whom you speak, with your eye; as the Jesuits
give it in precept: for there be many wise men, that have secret hearts, and transparent countenances.
The Jansenists affected an excessive purity of morals and of doctrine, and accused the Jesuits
of preaching a relaxed morality.
The end being to bring you and Rachel together again, my wife and daughters pass over the means employed to gain it, as composedly as if they were Jesuits